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Johnny U and Me
Johnny U and Me (4 Formats) ›
By John Unitas Jr., By Edward Brown, Foreword by Raymond Berry
Cloth Price 25.95

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ISBN 9781600789793

Published Oct 2014

Johnny Unitas is widely considered the finest quarterback ever to play the game. Much has been written about his life, but for the first time, Unitas's son, John, writes about his father and reveals information about his family and father's career that has never before been brought to light. For anyone who holds an interest in either Unitas's life or NFL history, John Unitas Jr.'s revealing and touching biography honoring the life and times of his father is a must-read. It sheds light on the character and convictions of the man who has lived on in NFL history, both on and off the field, offering clues to what made him the man and the player he was.
100 Things Colts Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
100 Things Colts Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
By Phillip Wilson, Foreword by Jim Irsay
Trade Paper Price 16.95

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ISBN 9781600788406

Published Oct 2013

Revealing the most critical moments and important facts about Colts football, 100 Things Colts Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die discusses past and present players, coaches, and teams through the years. Throughout the pages, readers will find pep talks, records, and Indianapolis NFL lore to test their knowledge, including details on the team’s 2012 season that encompassed a return to the playoffs, quarterback Andrew Luck’s success, and head coach Chuck Pagano’s battle with leukemia; highlights of Manning’s record-setting career in Indianapolis; and profiles of unforgettable Colts personalities such as Ted Marchibroda, Bill Polian, and Bob Lamey. Die-hard fans from the early days of Eric Dickerson and Jim Harbaugh as well as new supporters will cherish this book of everything Colts fans should know, see, and do in their lifetime.
One Step at a Time
One Step at a Time (4 Formats) ›
By Joshua R. Bleill, By Mark Tabb
Cloth Price 22.95

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ISBN 9781600785290

Published Sep 2010

Josh Bleill tells people he had “one bad day” while on combat patrol in Fallujah, Iraq, on October 15, 2006.  That day, an IED struck his Humvee, tearing through the vehicle and killing two of his fellow marines while severely injuring Bleill and his best friend.  He awoke five days later with to learn of the catastrophic loss of his two friends and both of his legs. Recovering physically presented a great challenge, but the mental recovery was the toughest battle. For three and a half months he never left the hospital because he didn't want people to see his injured body. In One Step at a Time, Bleill shares the story of his own personal redemption and the many life-changing moments he encountered, from his enlistment to active duty in Fallujah, through two years of intensive rehabilitation, and ultimately to his job as the community spokesman for the Indianapolis Colts. Readers will be inspired by his undying enthusiasm, infectious joy, and sense of humor as he shares his message of going forward, one step at a time.
From Baltimore to Broadway
From Baltimore to Broadway (4 Formats) ›
By Ed Gruver, Foreword by Don Maynard
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600782619

Published Sep 2009

While Super Bowl III may be known most famously for Broadway Joe's guarantee, this book explores a variety of overlooked storylines, including Matt Snell's then Super Bowl rushing record for the Jets, the opportunistic Jets defense that forced five turnovers from the potent Colts offense, league MVP Earl Morrall turning over quarterback duties to injured legend Johnny Unitas in the third quarter, and the memorable battle between Johnny Unitas and Broadway Joe on one of the biggest stages in league history. This chronicle gives football fans the inside story on the game that Hall of Fame sportscaster Curt Gowdy called the most important in pro football history, and for the first time get perspectives from players on both ends of the epic battle.
Nothing Comes Easy
Nothing Comes Easy (4 Formats) ›
By Y. A. Tittle, By Kristine Setting Clark
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600782107

Published Sep 2009

The endearing story of perseverance and determination in this autobiography by Y. A. Tittle sheds new light on both the memorable performances he achieved as a football player and the trials and tribulations he faced as he came so close to winning that elusive NFL championship. As the AAFC Rookie of the Year, seven-time Pro Bowl selection, four-time All-NFL selection and two-time NFL MVP, the Hall of Fame quarterback certainly holds an incredible individual record of excellence. With his notable humble personality, Tittle lays it all on the line and shares stories and insights about behind-the-scenes moments in the clubhouses and what goes on between teammates as they played together for months at a time each season. From his days as a youth in Marshall, Texas, to a brilliant football career with the LSU Tigers, Baltimore Colts, San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants to his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1971, talented quarterback Y.A. Tittle's love of football is what made him a legend.
True Blue: The Colts' Unforgettable 2006 Championship Season
True Blue: The Colts' Unforgettable 2006 Championship Season ›
By , Foreword by Jim Irsay

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781600780332

Published Apr 2007

Allowing Colts fans to relive the incredible 2006 Super Bowl season that culminated in a 29-17 win against the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI, this book is created directly with the Indianapolis Colts so all the photos and stories from the unforgettable season couldn't come from any source closer to the action.
Blazing Trails
Blazing Trails (3 Formats) ›
By John Mackey, By Thom Loverro, Foreword by Don Shula
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781572435384

Published Sep 2003

Blazing Trails chronicles John Mackey's life as a lightning rod for attention throughout the 1960s. Mackey refused to remain silent on any topic he felt strongly about—especially anything dealing with justice. As one of Baltimore’s first famous African Americans, he fought for racial and battled for legal equality for pro football players of all color as the first president of the newly merged NFL and AFL National Football Players Associations. More than affecting the freedom of his football-playing brethren, Mackey was a major factor in using his sports fame to change the world around. What Muhammad Ali was to boxing, Arthur Ashe was to tennis, and Bill Russell was to basketball, John Mackey was to football: an African-American star who proved that the world, and not just sports, was going to become a better, more colorful place.